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A 62 year old obese male presents to the outpatient wound clinic complaining of a 3 month history of a draining wound to his left foot. He states he isn’t sure how the wound began because he cannot feel the wound, and he only found the wound after…
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A 52 year old obese female presents to the outpatient wound clinic complaining of a 3 week history of a draining wound to her right lower extremity. She states she believes the wound began as a bug bite, and has gradually been increasing in size.…
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What can “COVID toes” be misdiagnosed as if they appear on weightbearing areas or bony prominences? A. Lymphedema B. Pressure injuries C. Infection D. Diabetic foot ulcers
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What percentage of lower extremity amputations start with a diabetic foot ulcer? A. Less than 20 percent B. 21–40 percent C. 41–60 percent D. 61–80 percent E. More than 80 percent
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Which of the following treatment courses are usually considered when treating a patient with lymphedema? Complete decongestive therapy Negative pressure wound therapy Silver dressings Sharp debridement
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True or False? Chronic wounds located on the feet do not have to lead to an amputation.
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True or False? An autologous skin cell suspension (ASCS) from a point-of-care device can improve and treat deep partial-thickness burn pain with healing similar to that provided by meshed STSGs.
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 True or False? Signs and symptoms of venous ulcers include a shallow sore with a red base (sometimes covered by yellow tissue) and unevenly shaped borders.
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Regarding venous leg ulcers, all of the following are true except: A. People with swollen and enlarged veins (varicose veins) have a lower risk of developing venous leg ulcers. B. Patients at a higher risk for venous leg ulcers are those who find…
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True or False? Folliculitis is more common in female patients who have a stoma.
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What is the most common type of peristomal skin complication? A. Dehiscence B. Candidiasis C. Contact dermatitis D. Irritant dermatitis
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